PRIMA meet and greet #2 // (@kaitlinziesmer) // Kaitlin Ziesmer is currently living and working as a freelance fine artist in Denver, Co since earning a BFA in Fine Arts at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. Her work focuses a lot on the body, being primarily that of the female form; juxtaposed with, but not limited to, icons of pop culture, film, and other forms of nostalgia. The colorful, flat backgrounds are a playful way of isolating the characters, yet also inviting the viewer to join in the experience.

PRIMA meet and greet #2 // (@kaitlinziesmer) // Kaitlin Ziesmer is currently living and working as a freelance fine artist in Denver, Co since earning a BFA in Fine Arts at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. Her work focuses a lot on the body, being primarily that of the female form; juxtaposed with, but not limited to, icons of pop culture, film, and other forms of nostalgia. The colorful, flat backgrounds are a playful way of isolating the characters, yet also inviting the viewer to join in the experience.

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In a conversation with director Wes Anderson Terry asked why he often has his characters look at the camera/audience head-on. Here’s what he says:

"I have my own way of blocking things and framing things that’s built into me. I compare it to handwriting. I don’t fully understand it — why my handwriting is like this — but in a way there’s some sort of tonal thing with the kind of stories I do. They tend to have some fable element and I think my visual predilections are somehow related to trying to make that tone and make my own writing work with performers."

Photos of The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, The Darjeeling Limited, and The Grand Budapest Hotel